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City Hall owes Social Security contributions?

The current state of the financials at City Hall continues to beg questions about fiscal discipline at the nation’s largest municipal body. And as we reported last week, the Council [...]

Mayor Moya explains S.S.B. arrears, cheques to her brother

When we caught up with the mayor today, we asked her about the report that City Hall has defaulted on Social Security contributions on behalf of City Council employees to [...]

Guyana native is newest appointed judge

A new Justice has been appointed to the Supreme Court: he is Guyana native sixty-three year old Oswell Legall. Legall took the oath of office this morning in a ceremony [...]

Suspect remanded in burglary of El Paso Fast Food

And while judges were busy this morning with the swearing in of the new judge, this afternoon a Belize City man was remanded to prison after being arraigned on charges [...]

Two Cubans die on the way to Honduras

The body of a female was found on the reef about thirteen miles south of Glover’s Reef last Tuesday. The body was in an advanced state of decomposition, and she [...]

Farmer’s Market property at center of alleged burglary

A prime piece of property at the Farmer’s Market has sparked controversy between two parties. The building, located at number one Farmer’s Market, was owned by fifty-eight year old Laura [...]

14 year old sexually exploited by her mother

A fourteen year old minor appears to be a victim of sexual exploitation. On Friday, the minor told police that on three different occasions last year her mother took her [...]

Nine year old injured in traffic mishap

This morning a student of Holy Redeemer Primary escaped with minor injuries after he was hit by a vehicle near the junction of Faber’s Road Extension and Wood Pecker Street. [...]

Teakettle villager charged for Drug Trafficking

A Belizean laborer of Teakettle Village in the Cayo District was nabbed by police in the area of the Mopan River. On Friday night, police spotted a suspicious looking thirty-five [...]

Family loses everything in early morning blaze

A woman who lives on Louise Bevans Street woke up to find her verandah on fire. Fifty-five year old Juanita Gonzalez, woke up at two forty seven a.m. when she [...]

Grace Kennedy surviving global financial crisis

Grace Kennedy and Company Limited is a conglomerate headquartered in Jamaica. The Grace Kennedy Group comprises a varied network of sixty subsidiaries and associated companies located across the Caribbean and [...]

Incidents of gastroenteritis on the rise

It is a severe case of diarrhea and if you are experiencing fever or dehydration, then it is possible that you have gastroenteritis. This contagious disease can leave you fatigued [...]

All Saints School fundraiser to repair building

The school was established fifty years ago and it is now bursting at the seams. We are talking about All Saints Primary on Dunn Street in Belize City which needs [...]

Six contestants on Master of the Floor performance round

Masters of the Floor, From the Street Lights to the Stage Lights, is in its third week and Group A is down to six of the seven performers. On Saturday [...]

Belize Bank Super League heading into championships

Good evening, I’m James Adderley and this is Sports Monday. Week four of the Belize Bank Super League post season saw Valley Renaissance take its big time game to San [...]